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Toronto Restaurant Openings: The Canadian Breakfast Bar, Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza, Macho Radio Bar

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning.

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  • The long awaited Maple Leaf Tavern has opened its doors at 955 Gerrard Street East. On the menu, ribeye steaks and pork chops from the wood burning grill and sides like hassleback potatoes, creamed spinach and braised mushrooms.
  • Macho Radio Bar has debuted at 92 Fort York Boulevard and is serving up tacos, nachos and agua frescas.
  • Village Pizza at 759 Dovercourt Road is now slinging slices and whole pies topped with BBQ Spam and pineapple.
  • Petit Potato, a new Taiwanese tea room, is now open at 10 Ravel Road and serving up thick sliced toast topped with custard and bruleed marshmallows, durian pancakes, super sago and more.
  • Burgatory food truck has opened a bricks and mortar restaurant at 719 College Street where Hey Meatball used to be.

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OPENING SOON

  • Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza is coming to 106 Front Street East this June. The chain of pizzerias is already popular state side, but this will be the first in Canada to make pizza in a coal burning oven.
  • Philthy Philly's Cheesesteak and Poutinerie is already known for its food truck and locations in Pickering, Whitby and Newmarket. Now the chain is coming to Scarborough, opening an outpost at Victoria Park and Sheppard.
  • The Canadian Breakfast Bar, a new breakfast-oriented concept by Bacon Nation, is set to open in Kensington Market at 249 Augusta Avenue by the end of the month.

Have you seen restaurants opening or closing in your neighbourhood? Email tips to liora@blogto.com.

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